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List of new members of the 107th United States Congress

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The 107th United States Congress began on January 3, 2001. There were eleven new senators (nine Democrats, two Republicans) and 41 representatives (28 Republicans, 13 Democrats), as well as one new delegate (a Democrat) at the start of the first session. Additionally, four senators (three Republicans, one third party member) and nine representatives (three Democrats, six Republicans) took office on various dates in order to fill vacancies during the 107th Congress before it ended on January 3, 2003.


Took office January 3, 2001

State Image Senator Seniority Switched party Prior background Birth year
Tom Carper (D) 2nd
(91st overall)
Defeated William Roth (R)
Governor of Delaware
U.S. House of Representatives
Treasurer of Delaware
Bill Nelson (D) 1st
(90th overall)
Open seat; replaced Connie Mack III (R)
U.S. House of Representatives
Florida House of Representatives
Debbie Stabenow (D) 3rd
(92nd overall)
Defeated Spencer Abraham (R)
U.S. House of Representatives
Michigan Senate
Michigan House of Representatives
Mark Dayton (D) 11th
(100th overall)
Defeated Rod Grams (R)
Minnesota State Auditor 1947
Jean Carnahan (D) 10th
(99th overall)
Defeated John Ashcroft (R)[a]
First Lady of Missouri 1933
Ben Nelson (D) 7th
(96th overall)
Open seat; replaced Bob Kerrey (D)
Governor of Nebraska 1941
John Ensign (R) 4th
(93rd overall)
Open seat; replaced Richard Bryan (D)
U.S. House of Representatives 1958
New Jersey
Jon Corzine (D) 9th
(98th overall)
Open seat; replaced Frank Lautenberg (D)
None 1947
New York
Hillary Clinton (D) 8th
(97th overall)
Open seat; replaced Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D)
First Lady of the United States
First Lady of Arkansas
George Allen (R) 5th
(94th overall)
Defeated Chuck Robb (D)
Governor of Virginia
U.S. House of Representatives
Virginia House of Delegates
Maria Cantwell (D) 6th
(95th overall)
Defeated Slade Gorton (R)
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington House of Representatives

Took office during the 107th Congress

State Image Senator Took office Switched party Prior background Birth year
Dean Barkley (IMN) November 4, 2002 Yes
Appointed; replaced Paul Wellstone (D)
None 1950
Jim Talent (R) November 25, 2002 Yes
Defeated Jean Carnahan (D)
U.S. House of Representatives
Missouri House of Representatives
John Cornyn (R) December 2, 2002 No
Open seat; replaced Phil Gramm (R)
Texas Attorney General
Texas Supreme Court
Lisa Murkowski (R) December 20, 2002 No
Appointed; replaced Frank Murkowski (R)
Alaska House of Representatives 1957

House of Representatives

Took office January 3, 2001

District Representative Switched party Prior background Birth year
Arizona 1 Jeff Flake (R) No Missionary 1962
Arkansas 4 Mike Ross (D) Yes Businessman 1961
California 15 Mike Honda (D) Yes State Assemblyman 1941
California 27 Adam Schiff (D) Yes State Senator 1960
California 31 Hilda Solis (D) Yes State Senator 1957
California 36 Jane Harman (D) Yes U.S. House of Representatives[b] 1945
California 48 Darrell Issa (R) No CEO of Directed Electronics 1953
California 49 Susan Davis (D) Yes State Assemblywoman 1944
Connecticut 2 Rob Simmons (R) Yes State Representative 1943
Florida 4 Ander Crenshaw (R) No State Senator 1944
Florida 8 Ric Keller (R) No Lawyer 1964
Florida 12 Adam Putnam (R) No State Representative 1974
Idaho 1 Butch Otter (R) No Lieutenant Governor of Idaho 1942
Illinois 10 Mark Kirk (R) No Congressional chief of staff 1959
Illinois 15 Tim Johnson (R) No State Representative 1946
Indiana 2 Mike Pence (R) No Radio host 1959
Indiana 7 Brian D. Kerns (R) No Journalist 1957
Michigan 8 Mike Rogers (R) Yes State Senator 1963
Minnesota 2 Mark Kennedy (R) No Certified Public Accountant 1957
Minnesota 4 Betty McCollum (D) No State Representative 1954
Missouri 1 Lacy Clay (D) No State Senator 1956
Missouri 2 Todd Akin (R) No State Representative 1947
Missouri 6 Sam Graves (R) Yes State Senator 1963
Montana at-large Denny Rehberg (R) No Lieutenant Governor of Montana 1955
Nebraska 3 Tom Osborne (R) No Football coach 1937
New Jersey 7 Mike Ferguson (R) No Instructor 1970
New York 1 Felix Grucci (R) Yes Town supervisor 1951
New York 2 Steve Israel (D) Yes Town councilman 1958
Ohio 12 Pat Tiberi (R) No State Representative 1962
Oklahoma 2 Brad Carson (D) Yes White House Fellow 1967
Pennsylvania 4 Melissa Hart (R) Yes State Senator 1962
Pennsylvania 19 Todd Russell Platts (R) No State Representative 1962
Rhode Island 2 James Langevin (D) No Secretary of State of Rhode Island 1964
South Carolina 1 Henry E. Brown Jr. (R) No State Representative 1935
Texas 7 John Culberson (R) No State Representative 1956
Utah 2 Jim Matheson (D) Yes Energy consultant 1960
Virginia 1 Jo Ann Davis (R) No State Delegate 1950
Virginia 2 Ed Schrock (R) Yes State Senator 1941
Virginia 7 Eric Cantor (R) No State Delegate 1963
Washington 2 Rick Larsen (D) Yes Lobbyist
Snohomish County Councilmember
West Virginia 2 Shelley Moore Capito (R) Yes State Delegate 1953

Non-voting members

District Delegate Switched party Prior background Birth year
Puerto Rico at-large Aníbal Acevedo Vilá (PD/D) Yes/No[c] Lawyer 1962

Took office during the 107th Congress

District Representative Took office Switched party Prior background Birth year
Pennsylvania 9 Bill Shuster (R) May 15, 2001 No Businessman 1961
California 32 Diane Watson (D) June 5, 2001 No U.S. Ambassador to Micronesia 1933
Virginia 4 Randy Forbes (R) June 19, 2001 Yes State Senator 1952
Florida 1 Jeff Miller (R) October 16, 2001 No State Representative 1959
Massachusetts 9 Stephen Lynch (D) October 16, 2001 No State Senator 1955
Arkansas 3 John Boozman (R) November 20, 2001 No Optometrist 1950
South Carolina 2 Joe Wilson (R) December 18, 2001 No State Senator 1947
Oklahoma 1 John A. Sullivan (R) February 15, 2002 No State Representative 1965
Hawaii 2 Ed Case (D) November 30, 2002 No State Representative 1952

See also


  1. ^ Mel Carnahan (D) defeated incumbent John Ashcroft (R), despite his death three weeks prior to the election. Governor Roger B. Wilson appointed his widow Jean to the seat.
  2. ^ Previously elected to the 103rd Congress, serving from 1993 to 1999.
  3. ^ The previous delegate, Carlos Romero Barceló, was registered as New Progressive/Democratic.
Preceded by New members of the 107th Congress
Succeeded by
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